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Update to documentation requirements for Nigerian and Pakistani-educated applicants

In recent years, CAPR has required Nigerian and Pakistani-educated applicants to CAPR’s Credentialling Program to submit secondary school documentation in alignment with our partner service, World Education Services (WES), a respected education assessment agency. We are pleased to announce that CAPR will no longer require Nigerian and Pakistani-educated applicants to submit secondary school documentation, as this is no longer a requirement of our partners at WES.

Specifically, Nigerian-educated applicants are no longer required to submit final secondary examination results (i.e., West African Senior School Certificate); an unscratched WAEC or NECO scratch card; or documentation regarding prior study if they had direct entry into the second year of study (e.g., IJMB exam certificate, A-level results, National Certificate of Education, National Diploma or Higher National Diploma).

Pakistani-educated applicants are no longer required to submit higher secondary/intermediate certificate of examination and mark sheets/result card from the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education or the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education.

CAPR is updating the relevant forms to reflect these changes. All other documentation requirements for Nigerian and Pakistani-educated applicants still apply. If you have any questions, please contact the credentialling team at credentialling@alliancept.org